Greetings MUDPIX fans!
I will keep this post as brief as possible.
Some of you may be wondering why it is taking me so long to finish editing MUDPIX MAGAZINE Issue #2, the 2nd digital photo ebook volume in my outdoor photography series.
I’ll just cut straight to the point and say it. I am lately having some digestive health issues due to kidney stones. It’s a very painful experience, and so while I’m dealing with it, the last thing I want to do is labor over my laptop writing and placing photos into the pdf.
I need to take some time to think about and give some personal care to my health to try and get better.
I will try to motivate myself to do some work on #2 on days that I’m not dieing from pain, but my ultimate plan for the next month is to focus on me. This will include not just trying to get healthier, but taking a relaxed mode in life and do some reading.
That’s it. I will continue posting updates on my website here at mudpix.com as well as Twitter.
As for Instagram I’m not sure what updates I may post over the next few weeks.
Most, if not all, of the parks on West Point Lake are currently shut down due to the coronavirus panic going on. Maybe that’s a sign that I really need to slow down for awhile, but those who know me will know not being able to make my day trips to the lake will really be a bummer for me. Oh well no matter what, gotta think positive thoughts.
See you back on this blog soon.
For a limited time, MUDPIX MAGAZINE is on sale for 20% off.
This self published photo ebook is 792 pages in length with nearly 800 photos, shot, edited, and published by photographer, David Thrift.
David’s photography focus is capturing life in the outdoors. This includes scenery, wildlife, and candid photos of people enjoying the outdoors on Lake Harding, Lake Martin, and West Point Lake in Alabama and Georgia.
MUDPIX MAGAZINE is David’s photo ebook journal series featuring his photography starting from 2016.
The first issue is out now, and you can get it for 20% off by using discount code “spring2020” here. This discount is valid until Thursday, March 26th, 2020.
Follow MUDPIX MAGAZINE at www.mudpix.com, on Twitter @dtpiix, Instagram @mudpixmag, Gumroad, and ELLO.
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Rollie & Helen’s Musky Shop in Minocqua, WI has a new catalog out for 2020. You can view it online, or order a print copy. A direct download of the catalog in pdf format could not be found and is determined to not be available. The catalog offers lots of great fishing lures and nice outdoor sports apparel.
You can get your free catalog at muskyshop.com
This is not a paid advertising for Musky Shop, nor is MUDPIX MAGAZINE affiliated with Muskey Shop. This announcement is provided as a courtesy for sportsmen interested in obtaining this catalog for their fishing success.
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I discovered EscapeHere on Google Search on Saturday, November 9th, 2019 while browsing sites related to bridges (because I love seeing interesting bridges). EscapeHere is a travel site with interesting facts about different places in the world. I’ve created this page to offer links you can check out to some of my favorite articles at EscapeHere.
Under Arts & Culture:
Feel free to check those links out above and explore other great articles at EscapeHere. I’ll be back to this page soon to update with more links as I explore the site myself.
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Photo Credit: Seen On Facebook – Origin currently unknown.
The Grand Canyon from space during winter solstice.
Photo credit: NASA 2015
Ransom Note at www.ransomnote.com is an online music, arts and culture magazine I discovered on Saturday, January 11th, 2020 when I was trying to find a Discogs image on Google to use for my Discogs list. The list below links to some of my favorite articles on the site, or just ones I thought you the viewer may want to check out. This list was started on Saturday, January 11th, 2020 and is maintained for the love of music. Dates at the end of each listing are timestamps for when I added the listings to this list (because I’m a sucker for timestamps). This list will be updated frequently with new article links including dj mixes I discovered are on the site. I haven’t had much time to fully explore Ranson Note so I need more time to dig into it’s content to make this a great list.
Musings > View From The Side:
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- View From The Side: Is New Vinyl Marketplace Reverb The End Of Discogs? – [link] (2020-01-JAN-11-TH @ 6:47 PM CST)
- View From The Side: URL vs. IRL: Do DJs Today Need Social Media to Be Heard? – [link] (2020-01-JAN-11-TH @ 6:56 PM CST)
Discogs is a music database listing discographies of all labels, all artists, all cross-referenced, and is also a marketplace for music collectors. As a music collector myself, I’ve discovered the site to be useful for not only keeping track of new and old favorite artists, but also discovering other artists. The list below links to some of my favorite artists, or some that have been added for discovery. This list was started on Saturday, January 11th, 2020 and is maintained for the love of music. Dates at the end of each listing are timestamps for when I added the listings to this list (because I’m a sucker for timestamps). This list will be updated frequently with artists from many genres of music.
- Gemini Syndrome [link] (2020-01-JAN-11-TH @ 4:50 PM CST)
Synth Pop Bands (These will be from the 80’s & 90’s):
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- Real Life [link] (2020-01-JAN-11-TH @ 4:50 PM CST)
Open Culture is a website which labels itself as “The best free cultural & educational media on the web.” That might just be true.
Below you can find links to my favorite picks of content posts available at Open Culture.
- 14 Paris Museums Put 300,000 Works of Art Online: Download Classics by Monet, Cézanne & More [link] (2020-01-11-SA)
More links coming soon. Feel free to explore Open Culture and find your own favorite content not listed here.
This page was originally added on site on Wednesday, November 13th, 2019, is here to provide links to featured Open Culture content (from OpenCulture.com). The content here was moved to this list post on Saturday, January 11th, 2020 where this list has been maintained since.
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